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NEWS FROM NASFAA

This week on “Off the Cuff,” Karen, Jill, and Hugh discuss the latest news surrounding gainful employment (GE) and financial value transparency (FVT) regulations, as well as NASFAA’s advocacy campaign to request that Congress take action to require the Department of Education (ED) to delay upcoming institutional reporting requirements. The team then debriefs the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn the “Chevron deference” and how it could impact higher education policy. From there, Karen and Jill update listeners on the latest news with the FAFSA – including when batch corrections will be available and new guidance from ED.

NASFAA UPDATES AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

Blue Icon Advisors' upcoming Let's Talk session, on Thursday August 15, will discuss how you are navigating the various ISIR challenges. Check the schedule for additional upcoming topics and be sure to register for this upcoming session.

Please join us in congratulating Ambra Reed, Kaitlin Riner, and Gustavo Sanchez on their promotions. Congratulations to Morgan McCombs on her new job. Congratulations to Anastacia Dillon, FAAC®, for recently completing a doctoral program in Educational Leadership from Lewis & Clark College. Congratulations to Steve Woodburn for retiring in July after 40 years of working in financial aid. Get the full details on our Movers & Shakers page. Celebrate your own career developments by completing the "Movers and Shakers" form to share the news with your colleagues. 

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